The Analysis of Causality

Published on (GMT) by D.M. McHugh
This project asks two questions about causality: (1) The modelling question. What kind of information do we use when we judge that a causal relation holds? (2) The meaning question. Once we have a causal model, what is the semantics of causal claims, given in terms of that model? The project uses data from philosophy, cognitive science, linguistics and logic to answer these questions. The research is supervised by Katrin Schulz and is situated at the University of Amsterdam's Causal Inference Lab, which is based at the Institute of Logic, Language and Computation.
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